Cystoscopy Rigid Male

Cystoscopy Rigid Male at Rowley Hall Hospital

Rigid cystoscopy (male) is an examination of the inside of a man’s bladder using a rigid telescopic tube called a cystoscope. It investigates and treat problems in a man’s bladder or urethra.

At Ramsay Health Care UK, we offer our patients fast access to diagnosis and treatment of bladder problems. Our expert urologists use the latest technology and techniques to regularly perform rigid cystoscopies. Many of our hospitals have a dedicated day surgery suite that is custom-built for this type of procedure.

Our caring and friendly staff respect our patient’s needs and their privacy. We offer flexible appointment times without waiting, convenient and free on-site parking, and comfortable recovery areas and private en-suite rooms as required.

Your experienced urologist will discuss your urinary symptoms and bladder problems in detail and seamlessly arrange any tests and investigations to help make a diagnosis.

We understand that waiting for test results can be a very worrying time. At Ramsay, you will benefit from a fast turnaround of biopsy results and rapid access to further treatment if needed.

Ramsay Health Care UK puts patient safety first. All Ramsay hospitals have extensive infection protection protocols in place, including Covid 19.

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